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Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Madison Market



The Madison Market in Madison, Georgia had just had a delivery of pumpkins.
The pumpkins were not arranged but sure were pretty piled up like that.


The Madison Market is full of European and American antiques. 
I did not take inside images as it was very dark.



A vintage bike greeted us out front.



This is a tremendous fairy garden. 
Fairy city perhaps?

General Sherman did not burn the city of Madison in his march through the south. Therefore the city has an abundance of stately southern homes and darling cottages. Madison has one of the largest historic districts in the state of Georgia. The downtown is splendid.

 If you are near Madison do visit. 
This was my first visit thanks to The Talented B. 
 I will be going back soon.


joy and peace
Olive





31 comments:

  1. Oh my, what a feast for the eyes!!
    Mary Alice

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  2. yes (:) a very cool pile of PUMPKINS

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  3. I used to go to Madison several times a year to shop. It is such a lovely town with wonderful shops. The antique mall where I spent the most money closed and moved out of town. Seeing this makes me want to go there again. Beautiful photography.

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  4. Hello Olive,
    My daughters roomie from college lives there and we are thinking about a visit during the Christmas holidays...she tells us that we will love it.

    Blessings,
    Linda

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  5. I love all the colors shapes and textures of the pumpkins.

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  6. Fantastic selection of pumpkins - I do like the white ones, they look very sophisticated.

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  7. Love all of the great shapes and colors of the pumpkins:@)

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  8. I love Madison! Such a pretty town!

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  9. I think we went through Madison once and I thought it looked a lot like the town we live in. I remember wanting to get out and look around. Such pretty pictures.

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  10. I'd love to find an old bike like that! Loving my favorite season - happy fall!
    Kelly

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  11. That sounds like a fun day! Those pumpkins are great...my favorites are ones that are bumpy and flawed.

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  12. There are so many beautiful varieties of pumpkins now.Madison sounds like a charming and historic place and that looks like a gorgeous shop.

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  13. Ooh, that looks like a great shop! I could get into trouble at places like that. ;-)

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  14. looks like a wonderful town, I don't think we ever made it there. love those amazing pumpkins!

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  15. My friend Rachel talks about going to Madison all the time to see the beautiful homes. What a fun trip you had - pretty pumpkins too!

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  16. What a pretty place to shop. I spy so many treasures. Thanks for letting us come along.

    XOXO,
    Meredith

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  17. The market looks like it was fun. I love the pile of pumpkins. Did you buy anything?

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  18. Hi Olive. Love the assortment of pumpkins and I know that I would really love looking around Madison Market. Thank you so much for your comment on Kelly's post.

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  19. Olive...ooohh, the Madison Market looks like a "budget buster:" So many pretty things and I'm loving the pumpkins. All I'm finding here are round orange ones. Gotta go to Madison.
    xo Babs

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  20. Oh my . . . looks like a great place . . . I love bumpy, odd shaped pumpkins too . . .

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  21. Suzanne of Simply Suzannes at Home

    So many BEAUTIFUL pumpkins!
    Thanks so much for sharing,
    Suzanne

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  22. oh I would love to have some of those beautiful pumpkins Olive!

    ps: Meredith sent me here♥

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  23. love the pumpkins.....maybe we could meet there sometime.. ?? would be fun...
    love, Mona

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  24. I have heard that Madison is gorgeous. I'd love to check it out someday. That store looked like it was fun to shop in.

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  25. Love all the different colours of the pumpkins - I don't think they could have been co-ordinated better if someone had sat up all night, putting them together. Sounds a lovely market to visit.

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  26. Olive,
    The tumbled pumpkins are beautiful. Looks like a great place to visit.
    Loved seeing Gremmie's activity and hearing about her shenanigans. Our one cat loved a big old primitive bowl. (it's kinda too big to eat out of, and old) He rediscovered it as an adult and crammed his body into it. I'd have no problem washing it and eating from it again, and actually we had popcorn out of it recently.

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  27. I adore Madison! It's been a little while but we have driven up there just to spend some time on the weekends. It was my favorite part of the drive to Athens when I went to school there with the dinosaurs :-) Love the pumpkins and I know you had a wonderful time there. Best, Vicki

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  28. What a beautiful store! Love the pretty pumpkins too!

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  29. Olive, The booth looks so nice...I like the pile of pumpkins. The bike outside is great...would look cool in a garden. Hope you are enjoying autumn. xoxo,Susie

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  30. What a great shop! Sure wish it were closer to me...
    Blessings,
    Cindy

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